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Steam engines are internal-combustion engines. a. true b. false

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ok which one do you think?
im not sure i forgot my science book so i cant remember much
he he he :)

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steam engines have been made as conversions of two-stroke internal combustion engines
r u doing your homework here :P
i gave you little bit information so which one do you think ture or false
i really cant with out my book and its just a practice thing it doesnt count
false because Steam engines are external combustion engines,where the working fluid is separate from the combustion products. Non-combustion heat sources such as solar power, nuclear power or geothermal energy may be used.
thanks true and false r most important have to get them right
yeah....
please dont judge :(

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